- Product Dimensions: 63.5 x 63.5 x 17.8 cm
- Boxed-product Weight: 1.9 Kg
- Item Model Number: 870-CC
- ASIN: B0006NEGQ0
- Date first available at Amazon.com.au: 30 August 2018
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Amazon Bestsellers Rank:
10,277 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
- #258 in Dog Beds
Snoozer Cozy Cave, Olive, Small
- Sherpa lining for warmth in winter and cool in summer
- Removable washable/dryable cover
- Heavy duty brass zipper
- Zippered liner
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Quick sum up here:
Large - EASILY accommodates at least a 30lb dog (both my 20lbs can fit in there - with the flap almost closing - but of course, they won't share...).
Small - will fit a 20lb pup - but it's a TIGHT fit (& the flap will not completely close, which is what my pups love the most).
So right off the bat - a medium would be *awesome* since the large takes up a colossal amount of floor space for a my otherwise small dogs....
I've posted pics of the large & the small side-by-side (with a 20lb pup lounging in the large). When my dog is in there all the way I can hardly tell (I have gotten used to looking there when I can't seem to find him anywhere else). He completely burrows in the large bed & just loves it.
I at first thought I'd be able to make do with just one large & one small - since the small was getting some use (when the large was occupied). But here I am buying a 2nd large one cause it's obvious the small is just not quite cutting it for the pup that doesn't make it fast enough to the bed. They do the whole bark at the door to get the other pup excited just to get them out of the bed so they can steal it...that's how popular this thing is (which is a trick they only did for treats before - to steal the treat from the other pup).
The bed could do with some sort of improvement to help it keep it's shape...it's already pretty lopsided (and again - these are 20lb pups - I can only imagine a larger dog would cause even more warping of the circular shape). And the padding definitely deflates pretty quick, but that's to be expected & can easily be fluffed up again.
Very easy to wash & get the cover on & off.
I've removed the plastic bar on the large - my dogs don't need it in order to get under the flap - they seem to prefer it without this since it's always closed (& they can lay with their head just poking out during the day).
Also - this one - the Poly Cotton - will shed like mad. I got the small in a different lining - the sherpa lining - this doesn't seem to shed as much (although my pups haven't had as much time with it). The shedding is also caused by their tendency to try & move the padding around, so they're literally scratching at the lining - which they only need to do with the large. The small they don't need to scratch at.
Oh - and i STRONGLY suggest the "Khaki/sherpa" version - (1) the color of the cover will blend with most dog hair that isn't black/gray (if you have a black/gray dog they have a gray option as well) - and the sherpa lining seems to shed a LOT less.
A few things they could improve:
*Too much slack with the siding - flattens out so quickly & ends up distorting the round shape into a lumpy oval-type thing very quickly (for the large).
*For $80 (or $57-60) - I would seriously expect a non-skid bottom to this. Which I was disappointed to learn was not the case. My cheaper beds almost all have non-skid lining...and it's kinda annoying on hardwoods to constantly be moving this back to where it was since my dog decided to jump at full speed & turn this into a sled in my living room.
For now - it keeps them warm, happy, and comfy. So it gets the job done better than anything else I have. That said...it's also by far the most expensive dog bed I have ever bought.
The only bad thing about this bed is that the plastic tube/bar that holds open the bed constantly is popping out on both sides. The pockets should be deeper or there should be a way to seal it so it doesn't constantly come out and flatten.